Tag Archives: Windows 10

Windows 10 InfoBits for September 2017

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Below you will find a short summary  list on Windows 10 related topics which I have found interesting.  I do share these with my peers and customers..   Enjoy! As we visit customers, there are still a lot of them  deploying Windows 10 without understanding of its capabilities or new Windows as a Service (WaaS) […]

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Deploying Windows 10 within your Business Video Series

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Windows 10 is about just about 2 years old  ( 1507 Threadstone 1 was released on July 29, 2015) , and  even though it was short of the 1 billion devices originally targeted by this time, the ~500 million or so is a tremendous achievement.   It has been the fastest Microsoft OS adoption in history. […]

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Windows 10 v1507 – End of Life

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Now it becomes real! When Discussing the continuous update model of Windows as a Service, one of the first questions that comes out is: What would be the impact of not keeping up with Windows-as-a-Services updates? Although it has been stated by Microsoft a number of time, we now have a clear written statement from […]

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Tech Summit 2017: Windows 10 Deployment Whats New Video

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If you have not seen the latest Microsoft Tech Summit video from Michael Niehaus you are missing a lot ! Enhance Windows 10 deployment: What’s new with Windows 10 deployment? It is a wealth of information on current releases but also lots of insights as well!  Aside from answering audience calls, he talked about a […]

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Application Compatibility Testing with Windows 10 and Windows-as-a-Service

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Summary:  Microsoft’s Windows 10 new delivery and update cycles will drive significant change in the current enterprise application compatibility testing and verification operational processes.   These processes will need to be done on an ongoing basis as opposed to being done prior to large OS migration projects. Enterprises will need to quickly adjust to this new […]

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In-Place UEFI Conversion coming Window 10

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Looks like the next version of Windows 10, dubbed  Creator Update – will include a Legacy BIOS to UEIF in-place migration tool.  This is very good news for enterprises out there, as it was a difficult hurdle to overcome.    The Creators Update will also include a feature to help organizations that are replacing Windows […]

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Microsoft Ignite 2016 – Win10 / EMS Sessions

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  I have extracted a list of the Windows 10 / EMS and related sessions with links to the respective videos  online. Once again – THANK YOU Microsoft for publishing these to the folks that could not make t it the Microsoft Ignite 2016 (Atlanta) conference. If you have one that I may have missed, please […]

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The Value Proposition of a Platform: Microsoft Win10/Office365/EM+S

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[ Update 20161004: I encourage you to watch Brad Anderson’s keynote session at Microsoft Ignite 2016 – Simply IMPRESSIVE!  ] As I have written before,  technology management has made an incredible shift over the past few years (maybe the last 3-5 years).    Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service are now the common conversations in most […]

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Resetting Windows 10

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Tonight, I decided to “Reset Windows 10” I have been using Windows 10 for a long time now…   I am part of the Windows 10 Insiders Build, but only on my “test-everyday use” device…     For my Win7 to Win10 upgrade, I  had chosen to go through the”normal” update process for all of my production […]

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Windows 10 Hickups 1

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For the most part I love Windows 10… However, I have noticed that it not always behaves “as expected”… One notable example that annoys the heck out of me right now, is that when I enable the “Hey Cortana” voice feature on my desktop, I loose the capability of clicking Start, and start typing what […]

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